Robert Holton

Visiting Instructor

BS in Interior Design, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
MArch, Columbia University

Robert Holton is a visiting instructor who teaches 3rd year undergraduate studio along with a Building Analysis seminar and the Building Assemblies II lecture course. He has previously taught at Florida International University, Pratt Institute, and Columbia University.

Robert has worked with several prominent architectural offices in both the U.S. and France that include Bernard Tschumi Architects, Smith-Miller Hawkinson Architects, Gensler, Peter Marino Architect, and Peter Gluck and Partners. His professional experience spans a variety of project types and scales. They include The Corning Glass Museum, University of Cincinnati Athletic Center, and office buildings for Mastercard International. Additionally he has worked on winning proposals in Europe such as the New Acropolis Museum in Athens and concert halls in both Rouen and Limoge.